Greenville Residents May Share Opinion On Next City Logo

Citizens of Greenville will soon be given the opportunity to choose what will be the next logo for the city.

A branding study has been underway for over two years.

Following Greenville’s Bicentennial celebration weekend Adam Stroud, city economic development director, told WGEL a paper survey will be distributed in the mail and a digital version will be available. He said the community has been involved in the branding project from the beginning and he hopes to see the participation continue. Click below to hear more:

The logo surveys will be included in the water bills sent at the end of the month, and citizens will also have the opportunity to digitally view and vote on a logo. The two logo options have yet to be revealed by the city. An announcement will be made regarding when voting will begin.

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